Luminos - training and science, illuminated.
What makes great positive reinforcement training? How do some trainers—no matter the breed, species, or environment-- consistently achieve fantastic outcomes, outcomes that elude so many of us, even really experienced trainers?
World-class trainers and applied behavior analysts like Ken Ramirez, Susan G. Friedman, Ph.D., Hannah Branigan, Eva Bertilsson, Emelie Johnson Vegh, Michele Pouliot, and Dr. Jesús Rosales-Ruiz -- consistently achieve levels of quality and reliability of performance that make jaws drop and they solve problems with their clients and students that other really good trainers haven't solved. Wouldn’t you love to know how? Now you can.
With our dogs or our clients’ dogs, in sport or with law enforcement working dogs, with service and assistance dogs or with exotic animals, we’ve all experienced coming up short of the mark, we’ve all had to work our way through performance plateaus, and we’ve all been confused about what to do to make “it” better.
At ClickerExpo Luminos 2021, we’ll help you see training challenges through the eyes of some of the best trainers and behavior analysts. How do they see these challenges and consistently meet them?. There is a method that underpins all of these trainers’ successes,and it turns out it’s NOT the same method for each one of them. That’s even more interesting!
Our faculty members don't have the same experiences, the same backgrounds, or the same training “style.” They are not from the same countries, do not train or consult in the same spaces, and they do not have the same educations. While they all know and practice the necessary skills of positive reinforcement really, really well, so do many skilled trainers who still feel like they fall short too often. While the difference between novice training and experienced training is often tied to how skilfully a trainer executes the foundational skills of positive reinforcement, additional keys unlock training that makes excellent performance reliably accessible.
Join us for ClickerExpo Luminos. Our faculty members will be presenting, discussing and exploring with you the keys they use to unlock quality performance consistently. The focus is all about better; achieving better performance quality, and better performance reliability, in all the places and spaces you work and train. We’ll explore what works, why it works, where it works, and what it means for your training. Discover how YOU can get better outcomes and help yourself, clients, students, and friends train with greater efficiency, joy, AND more success.
ClickerExpo Luminos - training and science, illuminated. Learn better. Train better.